Malware reports

Virus Top Twenty – February 2002

Kaspersky Lab presents the Virus Top for February 2002. In order to read about each virus in detail, simply click on the respective virus’ name. Also, to view the previous Top Twenty from January 2002, just click here.

Position Virus Percentage by occurrence
1 I-Worm.Klez
61.5%
2 I-Worm.BadtransII 28.5%
3 I-Worm.Sircam 1.5%
4 I-Worm.Hybris 1.4%
5 I-Worm.Aliz 1.2%
6 I-Worm.Magistr 0.7%
7 CodeRed 0.6%
8 Macro.Word97.Thus 0.4%
9 I-Worm.Petik 0.4%
10 Backdoor.Death
0.3%
11 I-Worm.Nimda
0.2%
12 I-Worm.Anset
0.1%
13 I-Worm.Myparty
0.1%
14 I-Worm.GOPworm 0.1%
15 Trojan.PSW.Phreaker 0.1%
16 Trojan.PSW.Hooker 0.1%
17 Win32.FunLove 0.1%
18 Win32.HLLW.Bezilom 0.1%
19 JS.Trojan.Seeker
0.1%
20 Macro.Word97.TheSecond 0.1%

Virus Top Twenty – February 2002

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